and tbe law which control human na
ture and foretell hum n destiny, teJLns
that a Usury lav will bring on a pawck.
The My that the money kings mho now
have mortgages upon the million, for mon-
We are offering liberal inducement to 7 l &k l P8 nt
persons can vat-sing for tbe Watchman.
It 1 reported here that the Usury
law has pasted. It true, tbia is some
thing good the Leglslalae ha done.
j-y Tlje onjy COIpetent judges of the
eapaeity of the present Legislature either
Mve in Raleigh, edit newspaper there,
or ere hi some war connected with tbe
lef telative branch of the State Govern
at once foreclose these mortgages, and
thereby sell theeeemtry-ont of house and
home. Now there is no probability that
tbia condition would be realised, for
the reason that contracts that are now in
force and that will be in force at the
3T The stupid Arguments of some of
the gas bag in the Legisletute . Against a
Usury Uw would be simply ridiculous,
were it not that the people are paying at the
rate of about 1 100 an hour for the time
np in their delivery.
of the adoption of a Usury law will
be interfered with by it ; and it is
probably that men will call in money on
which they are getting 12 and 15 per
cent, in-order that they may lend it out
gaiu at 6 or 8 per cent : Provided the
contract was at first legal.
But if tbe moneyed men of the country
have it iu their power to sell tbe people
nt. of house and home, is this not tbe
strongest argument against longer toler
ating a system ih-u places such power in
thier hands t Does it not show the e x -
treme danger of snch system I
tional interest or free money
power, and it will increase so long as the
teaehineal, and k no greater than baa
happened in many other State in adop
tine new constitutions. The present con
stitution f New York was framed and
adopted in 1846, iu disregard to the pro
visions of the constitution that preceded
it, it being held hare, as it ha been held
elsewhere that the permission of the Leg
islature and ratification by a tn ijomy ui
the people was a sufficient warrant. Urant
ha iiutt aa much letral authority to rein
state tbe old constitution of New Turk aa
be has to aeud an army to revive tbe dead
discarded constitution of Arkansas after
the people, acting under the authority of
the legislature, have etabiinea auomer.
ty We give the able opinion of Judge
Keade in the case Cloud vs Wilson. The
law and common sense both seem to be j Legislature delays. We know that a
on Judge Reade's side ; but the Court, lead great many people will bo sold out whei
by tbe great exhausted, say not. If Per- ever the money lenders say so. But this
son's decision is not exceedingly muddy does not justify the continuation of the
and labored, then we confess to a great
want of appreciation for his peculiar style other do
system. Let it be stopped at once that
not become involved. With
those who have borrowed money at 12$
and 15 per cent and mortgaged property
"My dear," said a wife to hr husband,
"we haven't chairs enough for our com
pany." "Plenty of chairs, my dear, bat
too much company, respon Jta ine nu
A backwoodsman, describing a ateai
boat, said: "It has a saw mill on one sid
a srrist mill on the other.
shop in tbe middle, and a great tig
down stairs a-boiling all tbe while'
The Civil Rights bill ha not yet to secure it to the lender, the selling out is
become a Uw. Grant and the Rads are hut a question ot tune ; tor no one can pay
desperate, and they will leave no stone
nnturned between this and the 4th
Match that will serve to continue for
such usurious interest, without becoming
of bankrupt. There is a hope for sncb in
the enactment of a stringent Usury law ;
W mm . . . . a a i a l
hour their hold on power. Tbey are ripe tnr interne is reduced, he may stand a
for any measure however revolutionary ort chance to borrow at a rate he can pay
dangerous. It is sad but true, that the
only hope for tbe restoration of free gov
erument in this country remains with the
HP What has become of tbe Conven
tion question ? Where are the men who
promised ua a Convention f What an
swer will a Democratic Legislature give
the people whom tbey have Leen promiai g
such relief as only a Convention ean
give I What has become of the pledge
of the Legislature to give the people Con
stitutional reform 1
We asked the Legislature last Novem
ber to go to Raleigh, perfect a few impor
tant measures, call a Convention and
adjourn. But that body, after nearly 3
month session, at an expense of about
ffly thousand dollars, ha not perfected a
ingle bill of general importance, and is
not likely to do to.
without taking all be make. A it ts
now the interest consume all the fruit of
hi labor aud he has nothing lett with
which to reduce tbe principal.
Free money ia a delusion and a snare.
. sr. a. a
It means tbe continuation or one or me
most dangerous and oppressive systems
that ever had the sanction -of law. It
means a moneyed Oligarchy which w to
or y '
crush out all men of moderate means
control labor, and concentrate all power
ia the hands of a few. It tends to make
t he rich richer, and the poor poorer ; aod
all its advocate simply attempt to make
the people believe that it ia better for
them to borrow money at 12 anil 15 per
cent, than at 6 or 8. How stupid !
Prom the New York Herald.
Pre3ident Grant's Arkansas
iST It is said that the money men
will have the country sold out If the Usury
law Is passed. We think it not improba
The closing sentence of this extraordi
nary document conveys a clear intimation
or threat that if Congress should follow
the advice of the committee sent to inves
ble that they will foreclose the mortrairea tlgate the condition of things in Arkan-
they bold, sometime before the meeting of l? lhe lono the Resident
I U' 1 I 1 lit I Uff.j c . . r Ilia AUM anl Iwrl1n ,.
w iii luivnwn uk uio u n it stissuwi ij iu up
set tbe tato government, depose Garland
and install Brooks as Governor. This is
the boldest menaee, aud it fulfilment
would be the most daring act ever ven
tured upon even by Geueral Grant. "I
earnestly ask," he says, that Congress
Will take detinue action in tbe matter to
From the Boston Ad rertwer Republic u.
The trouble with Mr. Jobn loung
Brown is that he did not know how to be
severe and parliamentary at tbe same
time, in these days, when onr legislative
halls are filled with chevaliers of courtesy,
and violation of the strict proprieties ol
debate ia an intolerable offence. Ho
great the difference is 'twixt tweedle-dum
and tweedle-dee will be teen by a study
of Mr. Butler's speech and the rulings of
the Speaker on point of order, in com
parsion with the speech of Mr. Brown and
the action taken aud attempted on that
Mr. Brown was unparliamentary ; bat
there are not a few, eyen among those
who hate the political school iu which he
ha- been trained, who will more easily
tolerate hi lawless invective than Gener
al Butler' parliamentary aud protected
slanders of States, parties aud peoples
That it is the deliberate purpose of Gener
al Butler aud those who train in his com
pany to taunt and insult the South to the
pitch ot exasperation and overt acts nt re
taliatiou observant meu can bardly donbt.
I tie danger is that the large body of Re
publicans who sincerely-desire peace and
ustiee will too lone neglect to rebuke
and repudiate the interlernal policy o
provocation upon which a few of their
unscrupulous leaders are bent.
It tbnr conduct sbnnld sting some
the more hot-headed communities to mad
ties the future historian, calmly re
viewing these times, woold rightly
blame us and not them. If Brown, or
McLean, or any other hot-tempered
Southern member, had shot Butler fur his
provoking characterisation of their eon
stituents a few years ago, or hi worse in
sults of yesterday, we believe it would
have gladdened the hearts of a reckless
faction, who see no way to perpetuate
their power except by kindling again the
unreasoning passions of war. Tbe sec
tional spirit Will never be conquered by
weeping denunciations of an intelligent
population a "banditti." "murderers"
"assassins." General Butler has done
more within a week to perpetuate strife
and rancor between the sections and races
than can be corrected in a generation
without a prompt and decisive repudiation
of him and his allies.
Let the country bear in mind that he
ia already repudiated in Massachusetts,
and let tbe Southern people rest in the
conviction that this Commonwealth and
the great majority of the Northern p ople
have indicated a strong disapproval of all
his elan. The North wants peace and
good government, and m this respect is
m - v i . i v J
ot one mind with tbe south. What i
oow doing is the desperate throw of political
gamblers struggling for another chance,
as revolting in most particulars to our
A "Big Injun' strayed away from bis
camp and got lout. Inquiring the way
baek, he was asked it he was loot. "An,"
said he, disdainfully. Indian no lost;
wigwam lost !"' fcltciking
exclaimed: "Indian here."
"Which do yoa love beat." said a vis
itor to a little girl of fix summers, "your
doll or your kitten T" The little daugh
ter of Eve deliberated long aud earnestly;
then whispered to ber questioner: "I love
kitty best, bat don't tell dolly."
Lawyer : "How do you iodentify this
baud kerchieft" Witness: "By its gen
eral appearance and tbe fact that I have
others like it." Counsel (cutely): "That's
no proof, lor I have got one jut like it in
my pocket." Witness (innocently ): I
don t doubt that, as 1 bad more than
of the same sort stolen."
L I I1UU Mr H S MMMMmVs'sT v LnMLHK
r r m mm nv aw mm a sji a aaaaaaaaw--? m mv . v., mane- .-.
poTTaa7tKeir papers will be phased ia tbe bands fj By. SfBnsrf fjja
of aa officer for collection .
rchard"Gr.e. Timoihv Seeds. Kentucky Blue Mi 11 -JTsM MffKM
9 m w or m am. -v art s.bsw.a. - - hmbsssssssssssssssi mmw T-wssasssBsssssr
Garden Seed acts sLa payw 404 perienL.
Ferry's celebrated CabbfgwBeai, at J I
EXNISS' Drug Store, Salisbury N. C.
Feb. 18. 1875. tf.
GARDEN & Hi m.
LANDRETH'8, BUIST9, A TTERtfrA
A large lot of Seed from the above Seedsmen
jut receired and sold low. Send for a cata
logue and call and bnr vour Seed, if f ou wih
lo haTe.n-eOaSdenlfrpt TT Vj J7
' BUIS BARKER.
Feb. 18th, 1875. tf.
An Irish pedler aaked
poulterer lhe price of a pair
the next Legislature, in order . to bring
about a reaction against the law. if possi
ble. But the people, after the sad expo-
A m ' al I 11 ti a aa
rieoce uiey nave uaa, will naraiy ever
place such dangerous power iu their hand
again, by repealing all Usury laws.
people as theirs. Their day of power to couple of limited means, about starring out
do mischief ia nearly over. Patience, a upnu their matrimonial career, and was it
short patience now, is the virtue 'hey and
we are called upon to show. The North
eauuot be led into a canselps war for
white or black, by any leader, watever bis
rank, bis office, or bts fame.
We do net apprehend any serious dan- relieve the Executive from acting upon
gar from the proposed law. Ail that have the question which should be decided by
not already bankrupted themselves by 5 hVt,Te brncD ot weovwuuient."
not act, to adopt a coarse parallel to that
which be has uursued iu Louisiana. con
their creditors. Money will be cheaper strnine the silence of that bod v aa a oars
anogust as plenty as u has been.
paying enormous interest will be enable
to shake reasonable arrangement with
iy The Usury bill hangs fire in the military force
legislature. There are several
mission to follow his own judgment a to
woo is me ngntiui governor, aim to put
him in office aod maintain him iu office b
military force. The demand that Con
press act on the subject iu disregard to
.1 j..S if
i . . t . vue uuvicc .i uue m ive own committees
a.sigutd for this ; but the most potent one wun ,,5.:, !L o.,, -11q
la probably the effect exerted upon timid iuto ita affair is absurd. If, as the com
legislators by the sledge-hammer arsru- mitte think, the uew constitution and the
tin of the Raleigh News and the Char- Garland government are supported by a
large majority ot the people aud are legally
valid, what occasion ia there for Congress
to "take definite action in the matter." or
l..4. t s a
iuusj wscrtcr. xi ta only necessary to
them here to satisfy all concerned
k . - m i
mat w are ngnt in tnis conjecture, and to act upon it at all ? He might aa rea-
that these wonderfully able and aagaeious aonably ask Congress to decide whether
journals have even out-done themaelvea ra."ildeii is the legal Governor of New
v I. s.i. : i- J . 1 . r ,
if that were possible, in skillful and con
vincing argument. Since the country
York, with an implied threat of outline
him if Congress declined to go beyond ita
MUlhnritV Mild naa nnnn him vUima I r
press is expected merely to reiterate aud i a ubiect which Conrresa has no ritrht
enaorse whatever i said by ita more lu intermeddle, and its forbearance to act
' 1 . -1 . . a a ' - m
favored aud intelligent City eotemporaries 6,10 g,ve 1 resident no shadow of ex
tuw w ueriuruw uie oiaie Kovernmeut
we mJLy appreciate the delicacy of the B
ii.inn ..,;n ... ... . . I auo put d.
1 "' " wm nuuw as w give
more thau an extract from the articles
which have won for the editors of the
a v I
rooks 111 otnee.
A A .! ti n .
acco ruing 10 toe rresiueu 1 Message
be bas much stronger grounds for sup
porting the claim of Brooks than be ever
aforesaid journals laurels, in this branch of d for auPPorting thftt of Kellogg. H
political economy, that will pot the finan
eial skill and monetary wisdom of such old
foftto M the Hothchild and Stewart to
The News think it would damage the'
Conannrntive party to pass a Usury law ;
"aix shilling, srr. "In my dear coun
try, my darling SPU might buy them for
sixpence a pecu.' "Wiiy dou't you re
main iu your own country, then 1" "Case
we have no sixpences, my jewel.
"Your handwriting is very bad iudeed,"
aid a gentleman to a friend more addic
ted to boating than to tuddy ; "yon real
ly ought to learn to write better." "Ah,
ah," replied the young man, "it ia all
very well for you to tell me that, but if
I were to writ" better people would find
out bow 1 spill."
A sad commentary on capital punish
meut, exercised in the case of murder
e 1 . wv a
esses, is tiiat ot ti e jew muuswick wo
man, who recently gave birth to a child
that ia to be deprived of ita mother next
mouth by banging. A woman who wis
recently hanged iu England, too, asked to
suckle her infant as the last act before as
cending the scaffold.
We learn fro-n the Hillsboro Recorder
that Captain James Iredell Wadded, the
Kal taut eoininauder of the 'Jon federate cruiser
Sheoaoduah. ha received tbe apuniutiuetit
as comma jder of ue -f the Pacific Mail
Steamers, plyiug between San Francisco aud
the ports of China and Japan. He will enter
upon his active duties ia a few weeks.
Skksibj.e Parbkto. A young lady of
Ballarat, Ivtgl-iud, about contemplating
matrimony, was asked by her friend a hat
kind ot wedding prevents she would like;
she replied that ehe would prefer useful
to ornantental ones. Her wedding jour
ney consisted iu going from her old home
to a cottage in the viviuity; and upon ar
riving there she found a barrel oi dour, a
jur of butler, a . complete set of cooking
utensils, a pi. ce of merino, a set of crock
ery Ware, kuive, forks, spoons and glass
ware,1 enough household groceries 0 last
six months, and ou her parlor table a re
ceipt for the, pre payment of a year' rent
for the cottage, with two il) notes pinned
to a paper, on which was writ new, " r
purchase something useful." Was uot this
the right kind ofntilitarianism tor a young
i E ft WOOD PUMP is
ibe acknowledge Stand
aid of tbe market, 'by
beet pump fr
A BEAUTIFUL 1 ITALIC GRAVE C0TEBIS
crested iu beauulyltsg and pretfftn.g rhe
di n variety of styles, reagiag in price treat aj
Can be paiutod any color desired saaaai
chasers. A galvanised plate, containing l
manu rrvc nj charge.
. - aas m tmm . -
Is now offered to ewswwwsB interested iu beautirytrrg and prateein g rh ttM
Th-y are made in four sines, with
to $60. aoeordinr to siae and style.
zalvajiiaed tonnit kbw taaV f pnaekasjei
lascriptiuB psaJk-w'deaire, U rWoiat.ed with ech moand fret nj charge.
TH IS HANDSOME
is offered at such oi ices as to olace it within reach of all. We lurne il,
- w m m. . - v , l M
and public geuaraily to call and e?fnineor tbemaelvee.
Specimen can seen at J. A. Ramsnw o pT.vT.Pn a -
omuuovrg. i. , Aug. b. lb"4-j
noouur verdict, the beet pui
tbe least mnuev Attentin is iuvited
to Hl-itcblej's Impntved Bracket, tbe
Drop t :hec k Valve, whieh can pa witk-
Ji awn without disturbing the joiuta,
uu'l the Conner cbauibtr which never
kTJ&tt4&tAkd astli lent
Uuie. For sale bv Dealers and tbe trade
generally. In order to be sure that you (ret
Ulatcbley V Pump, be carelal and see that it baa
in v trade-ntark a above If joe do ma know
where to' buy. description circulars, together V
with the name and address or tbe agent nearest
vou will be prumutir furuiibed by addressing
A gain t
J. J. STARNE8
F lb thf ease ft apnf arine that T.J- 8farnr.
the husband of petitiooer Mary Starve ia a
! uoD-reeidiit of the Slate of North Carolina.
It is therefore ordered that publication be
f Net to M
made in the '"Carolina Watrlunau'
paper published in Salisburv. North Carol!
for sir soecesaive weeks, notifying the aa'nl
fJ.J.Starues l)feudaut to Hpp-ar at lhe n-xt
AS 6. BLATCULEY, IXaanLiciArrr, ifiwmui' Wun u a WU for the County of
)6 Commerce 8t., Philaderptiia, Pa. rAhWdr-tf the CdrT nonee id Taylor
WANTED 25 BIT
Union Sals at
FJiuheth W&rd. Grit II;.rri 1
tndwifaElixabelh,JBiE.W)ard, 1 jr
JoUu Ward and Sarah Warn, by
their CJuardlan John Ilrdrick, 1 MVVF
) Arte for Plff
Jane Wsrd. hy her GnartTisn John
Leonard, t;harli i . V ard, bv bis
Guardian A Oram Cross,
S. L. Stout, li althew Stout, and
others whose nam unknown,
heir-at Uwof Peter Stout deceased,
William T.W ct, Jemima West.
Rachel Weal, Sarah West, Saiu'l
West, aud William Varkro', heira-al-lnw
o( riaonah W eat, deceased.
Witness W. A. Pad Clerk of said Curt
at nflre in TayUtrsvitle ou tbia the 30ib day
of Jau. A. D. 1875.
"vIK W. A. POOl.
Feb. 4, 1875 6w. pd.
OPP J.RTU N ITX
Why Farmers are Poor.
It is believed that seven-tenths of tbe
planters of this country, North and South
alike, are staggering to their fall under
load ot debt and mortgage. What is
tbe matter 1 As a class fanners ate
uot lazy. Tbey are seldom idle. Thy
work aa hard as anybody ought to work.
uot more beautiful than duplicate plated
Hif li-knives, and other trash usually given said complaint within the time
upon like occasions f
Sure sign of a cold season all the bees
wore for overcoats last Summer.
Now prophets, step forward. What
kind of a Sunuper will we Lave sent sea
How many farmers have lost more than
they will make up in an entire season
through neglect in properly housing their
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA
ro TI I FKHER.FF OF DAVIDSON t'OL'N
Yon are Hereby Commanded to ttfnman A. '
nainM are asdfeawsH J'yaatbua. 4tl Jfeter
6U.it, deceasgd, tilHam f. K, Jvmtna
Weat. Hiche. , WesL Sarah Weal, Samuel
Wt. and William Yarbro', heit-at-law
Hannah 7et, deveaaed, the defendants
named, if to be found in von r Couolvlo be
and appear before the CLEKK lsr OGlt SU
PERIOR Q)CRT, for Davidson County; at the
Court-Houee in Lexington, within twenty days
from llieaerviceof the Summon, exclusive of
the day of aervicf, and anawer lite complaint
hi. h will be dcioiied in the office of the
Clerk of lhe Superior Court of said A'outtUL
within ten day ; ami let the said IJessnisnu
lake notice that if thev tail to smrwer lhe
law, the Plainlin" will appiy to ebe Court ftr
the relief demsoded in the complaint.
HereefLiil not and of this summons make
Given under rov hand and seal thia th dav
of Februarv, 1875.
Seal- ; : Ck.P. 4LOWE,; k
Clerk trk3nper.Caotof DbaidaS fioftftf
And Judge of fro bale
It anpearine bv affidavit to the
of the Court, that the above named
in the forgoing Summon, lu wit. i S
Wa arc luin an ninuif buiintu in t'l.uTH-
rf!CG aad CUSTOM TAILOU1SU. tbrouth Local
Agenta, wbo are aappHed with saaip'es sbawtag
our rV-adr-naSe and Curtom Piece Hooda Stock.
The plaa tawrkiee well fr (. onnmer Areata.
aaa raalaai. we otaars o exieaJ ear beat neaa
ia thia line, and for that nertoae will cortwsiad
1 with Soaa flde appiicat.u for agencea. bead real
name ana relcrea-a a to r.i aa trf .
ay. q BoxaW XXew York Cltr.
XKJmkM LLT aJEaaaLasaM
nr i t o rr a
OlTer tbe beat election ot Jewelry to W
oaod ia Weatern North Carolina. Coniiisg sf
LADIES' AGENTS' GOLD WjtTCHU
Gold Opera mm Ve4 ' mMm
NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE
onfhn lern ot thia Inalitti-
ili on, Room Rent,
ion will ujtk'" Jan 4(h, 1874.
Kitenea for Board, Tuilio
Vaahing, Fuel and Lixhta. Iroiu $70 to c." .
: l?orC.stic sde te r - ?V?
N ORT II CAROLINA
Alex ASiERrf sty. I Snprrior Court.
The wise man will now look to his
They make, taking one rear with another, trees; a little digging and urnuiue ensures I hro'. heira-at-law of Hannah W
u .... j j . l . . . ' k.rfU.h.fl.tniluai
uu ui ut- cwiifiucrru, uiiour ine pre a ncner crop.
Avoid patting your fowls in too damp a
vailing standard of agriculture, fair erops,
and thev get, a a rule, good prices for the
surplus products they put into the maiket; uade ; chickens ofteuer die Iron colds
whoa names are
Yfiuiam I ar
are proper SairtWbttitastha Matintr to Real
Property in Una KUteanU that aalduelendanta
Sarah Weal, Sa
and they get, as a rule, good prices for the spot, wbeu you let them out for a prome- SJeTce U rmt
still they don't get rich in fact, are eet- that from any other complaint.
ung poorer ana poorer every year. Why Don't plaut toe early ; rough weather in
is it so I To say nothing now of a faulty is ofteu experienced iu February aud the I
system of cropping
or all something elst
and interest, the reason which
II cotton, all wheat, early part of March.
or ot credit. loan
we bad in Blo.d or the Hl mm SvsTaat. The Itown ef aasbdiasy.en saw
mind with which to point this naraeraDh axiom that "we die daily," ia aptly illus
is that it costs too much to make otrcroos. trated iu a paragraph of Prof. Re
does not pretend that Kellogg was legally
elected, aud be bas recently stated, in
Hessage to (jongress, his opinion that tbe
Louisiana election of 1872 was a "gigan
tic fraud," and that he sustained Kellogg
because, between two invalid claims to the
Governorship, he thought Kellogg's the
least objectionable, lint he has.no misgive
l IT -
trc giow poor, no. so mucn oecause our
incomes are so small as because onr out-
goes are so large. The expense of mak-
a crop has not been reduced to a mini
mum. We fence in too large a field and
travel too many acre? to produce leu bales
of ctton or a hundred bushels of corn.
Y e pay out too much for labor and for
fertilizers for tbe results produced. The
remedy must be sought iu sounder meth
ods, labor saving implements, and better
trained labor and less of It. Rural onrx
him ia. to luuR a taw init ii r, .tnn . : . . i. i t it i rr
y f f owp iu uigB reoutjcLing me ciauua oi urooKS. He
the oppression of the many by tbe fuw ; asserts that gentlemau's title to tbe office
that will not allow a fear moneyed men Governor In the
hj Uie sanation of Uw to deprira the i" f?l!
laborer of his substance and tbe fruits of
lil iudnstry. To do tbl thing wonld
damage tbe party ! Indeed ? Then all we government.
have got to any i lv1i damage the party
nna ne a og-oned.
Tlbi CkarTotle Observer says, If a 0
ry law U passed, the moneyed men will
take, their money aud invest it hi U. 8.
bond Wring 6 per cent, interest ; and aa
these bonds are net taxable, the State
will have tn look exclusively to the land
ban.Ur to run the gove rnment. This idea
and we are not
imrpriaed that legislator re making baste
ws tbe pieced en
set for himself in Louisiana General Grant'
as soon as the session close, will send
tbe army to Arkansas to revolutionize its
By declaring his belief that
Brooks is the legitimate Governor be has
invited him to make an application for
federal assistance in putting down on
position to bis authority ; aod it is plain
from this amazing Message that tbe Pre-
si . 1 ai k
men i mien as 10 compiy wun snen a re
quest when It is made, unless Congress
ilea up his band. We warn him that
tbi will stir np a greater commotion than
was caused by military interference with
the Louisiana legislature.
We will not discuss the Arkansas con
eqaally wine aod learned in tbe
pbiloanpny ef finance aud govern meat,
atitution now, for tbe deliberate judgment
of Judge Poland's commit teo, formed
tar careful investigation, renders such a
discussion unnecessary. Suffice it to say
thatrbt allegsd irregularity ia mrely
A Hard Bed to Fill The Junior
Sditor of tbe Gallatin is noted
for hi modesty. When school boy he
and the writer were inseparable compan
a a ' a . m at- UW,m
ions, prooaoiy oecause we ootn stood in
such holy awe of the gals." A pair of
mischievous black eyes would stampede
us quicker than a "big dog." One day
doo was Bent to neighbor Shaw's to
inquire about some straw for filling beds
aud of course the writer went with him.
Mr. Shaw was the father of six batefnl
girls who bad rather laugh at a fellow
tban not, and wben we arrived they were
all seated at dinner. I dodged behind tbe
corner while Bob edged carefully in at tbe
door and with a sacred look stammered.
'Mrf Strnw, can yon let me have enough
Of a it a a . . aaa . .
onaw to nu my neo r "Well, K ,
said tbe old gentleman, glancing aroand
the circle of astonished faces, "I suppose
so ; nere are six besides the old woman
i but I'd rather ye'd leave ber if the girls
win be enough. Take them all and God
bless you." Perfect ehiieks of laughter
went up from those mean things nod
B took to bis heels, followed by
me writer and cries from the old mau to
come hack and he'd "throw in the old
paper ou Biology, recently read hefttre the
Brit ish Asaociation. Uefernug to tbe blood.
it is said that the deration ot lib in any of
its particles is but short ; they die aud their
place are occupied by others, and so
tiaues a su hotitullou wnicn. ouly en
dath. After eveiy iheal aa amaziug Dmnber
of white eorpneele are added to the blood
breakfast double' their -proportion three
times, and dinner Uiakea it four time as
great. They come from solid glands, aa the
spleen. la tbe blood' going to this organ.
their proportion u one to 2.960; iu that re
torniug from the spleen, it ia aa one to six
ty. Perhaps the uut tupeudods fact of
organisation is the steady maintenance of
but slight variable characters iu the living
and moving blood, which is every tuoineul
undergoing changes of differeut kinds, as it
circulates through each tissue and organ of
tbe body. a .
diligence be aacertaiued. and thai said defen
dant canneit after dne eHliiiwe BWUrd with-
thU State : Ordered that the Hammona
in, a copy of which is hereto annexed, be
aerved by publication of the same once in each
week for aix ancceaaive weeka in The Carolina
Watchman," a newspaper pnbliahed in the
town ef Hataaberr, n Uw tft JeaSaata aJtstatct,
SuteaaKorth Caroliaar u- aai a
iimu 'ie:C F.-LOWE1, -
Feb. 1 1 , 876 ow Pr. fee $1 5,50
WlLUAM 1 tOW MAN,
IVtiliou for Divurc-,
In this rase it appearing that Ai ue Bor-
wwrr. the wrfc of fMirivP'er. William Bow
taau ia awen-reaident of the State of North
i it 1 therefore ordered that paaliaatlon be
made i utlie Watehtuaa" aoewspape pub
lished in aiiabury North Carwltaa for aix ra-
i re weeks, uotifyuig tiio saduiie
. aeieuaent lo appear at the next
Conn to If held f..r the County of
exauder at thw Court House iu Taylora-
thseMaBk Monday in Marrh next,
wefiaetpinpiaiui of the Plaintiff
n the Brat thiv dava of said Tawaa
SILVER WARE, GOLD PENS it.
They are amenta Ur lhe oelibratrO I
Sneatooles and Bye Olasses, Kaai
ed ron Minute Crystal PtrnLrX
V an-heft. L'locka and Jeweiry
warranted IS maa (he, charges aa low
lam wun ftoon work.
Store on Main atrrel. 2 door abotc National
2p . 1874 ly.
I BUllw! PH
" " vi, le ..o
J aud an
I mm . .
-flnefc, W.AoT,l tlerV ooerlor C
By eareful wbaervatiee and
aeveral jfs in to MercanlUa.
buaincva, we hsve been etmbreil
pretty well, what the people need in oag Liaa.
and we have pwrehaeed our presi J0J esd
well atoned atm-k with apiriii rvfi rises Is
their wants W
plenae onr f ri r-naV ad ike
bith a to QtialiiT and t
dTE J. C. HOOPER & Co's,
tor Alexander County at uilee in Ty 'ora-
Ule. no tbu day of Jaauarv. 1875.
vine, on tbia day or January. 1075.
Trace, ail .kn.4, of
ilk 1 and
Wam nd Baggy Materiil:
I fon-e-building Material,
Bert of white
ti v sio iior i: corker
flALlSBDRV, N. C ,
Native brand, of
Geo. M. Bum,
Late of G M Bali Co.
C. R. Babkkh.
La of 0 a Barker Oo
BUIS & BARKER
WHOLESALE & RETAIL Dmmists
Corner Main & Fiabet Streets,
SALISBURY, N. C,
Where may be found a foil assortment of
Pure Druga, Medicines, Dye Stuffa, Fine Hand
kerchief Extract, Foreign A Domestic Col
ognea, Soap, Hair, Tooth A Nail
Havana & American Cigars. AU grades of
SMOKING A CHEWING TOBACCO. A
fine lot of Braea A Glass LAMPS;
celebrated Perkins A House Nou-x
Kerosene Lamps which we warrant for twenty
years. v niskey, reneh Brand v, bcuppemonf
Wine by the bottle or gallon.' Blackberry
Malaga, California Sherry A Port Wine.
a fine lot of Imported and
BBANDIBBv ---c we w eaui
BUM; Ac, '
Barry Faster a BmUgg's, Osiahmsed
(r. P. Thomas & Co's, celebrated (G.)
Rye Whiskey, and North Carolina Corn
Whiskey. ' M - waU
Pure Jamaica Bum, Holland Gin, and
French Brandy, Ac. Ac., C. Apple and
w t wa a Si jfm. S mw 4Tf ' w.
reacn jsranuy, J. Ki. qeejsri,
draught Beat hot tied Ale, C
'ether wines, Scuppemoog wine and Grape
Brandy, frotnthe celebrated Vtueyard J
DAVIDSON COUNTY : IN THE SUPER
Jnsan Lava aduk. or
UBVKaXY m-rkatt, PLTrr. V Sumniona,
SkiencerSurrait, VW Surrait.Sr., JameSurrau
Siniet sorratt, lwu Surraii, Debaeba Oiore,
Ark Loflin A wife Lin nr. Jerry Morris A wife
crancea, aatawea x emcoca oy nu next Iru-rul Vi an.
Peacock, Garel Surra (I Apencer L, Surratt,
'STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
COUNTY G REE 1 1NG ;
-Yon ana hereby Commaxdetj to 8cm-
MOB. Spencer Surratt. Wa. Surratt. Sr..
Surratt, Daniel Surratt. Lwia Sorratt
A Debaaha Glover, Clark Lodia A a if- La.oy,
Jerry Morris A wife France, Moaea Peacock,
tHrel Sorratt and and Soencer L Surraat.
the defendan-a above aimed. if to be
found in vour roomy, to be aod ppear before
the CLERK OF Of'K sr'PKRIfnTT i HTBT
fat Davidaon County, at' the Court House in
LSington within tweftty dava Trom theaervice
of the summons, exclusive of the day ef service,
and anawer the rooipUint wbkh will be de
pooited In the office of the Clerk of the Super
ior Court of said couair, within ten days and let
tncnaiu uriflluaniB nunuUCtUlal II iKov tall In.
CHEA and l;Lujl
BULL SAWS ;
LhsK; DUtoa'a dree
two and one man
Cruaatut and Hand Sis;
Leather Bel una: Plows sad
; Ira end Steel Unay and War
nraw cotters, Jalrat
0. W. Garrett Co., N. 0. Bottled
ami Cannew ssestar,' tyaWrS,- hrrd Fish,
Cheese, 4c c.
W. T. Black well kz C'a eelehrated
W lOeS. I t a & rm. m.r-m AL l a m a .
Imported Gin, and in fact everything usually ( W. TH l T"Mfst anBAke
kept in a first claas iimg Store. Oaw fresertp- OrfsTinal Durbaru Smokinr Tobacco.
QUI an4 Mi
WhUA HMm Jk
.vuu ju a
CORN SHELLEUS AXES,
and many other thinya too numerona le saea-
t ion W e invite all to give a a call, ea Jbss
Street, 2 sisets Mew A'wOss Drug jaws, sad
exatnioe onr stock and hear prices before per-
SwblAl attention given to Order.
SM ITH DEAL A H ARTMaN
fbh-biiry, Kor. to, l-S maw
rWore. Oar prvamp- Orifinal Durbaru Smokin
tw aJss aonafs of aae awe
sa. ea nW Store daw Cigars .and a supply of the I
ryT'"' PV daav cbaum pipes, and the Jet er
and night and no ou need .apprehend
geriu having their preacriptiopt compound-en.
Feb 18th. Ifi?R tf
3awer the aid complaint within tbe ti ine pre--ibed
by law, the plaintiff will apply to the
tyun lor tbe reuef demanded lu ibe
llereof fail not and of thia summon make dac
Given under my hand and anal of said Court.
lei. 1 Stalk .1 C f mmmrnm
iB iwq uaj oi wanuarv, loo.
VhL ... . . C. F.LOWE
iiera oi the Superior Court of Davidaon
County, and Judge of Probate, . i
xt appearing by affidavit to the suthuactiaai
oi the Court that the defendenU Garel SurraU.
ourrau, nameo in ine lorgoiAf
Snmftjons axe non-reidenU of thia Stale, and
cannot after due difWc be Tound withu
ibm jstate, aitd that their place of rniiirarai I
cJtnnot after due diligence be aacenainasLad
that said defendenta are proper partiea io thia I
cion relating to Keal property in this State
of(iL4 Hnwimnne eopy
TrV heret? "nexed, by aerved
on auo detendenu, UareJ Surratt and aWi I
sweceanite weekwia -11alDaT01
ewapaper published in the
Jp the 8th Judicial Diatrb
ntexingtoo, tbia 22d day of
C F. LOWE.
C 8 C.
Printers fee $10,60
a mm a a .
CALL AT J. H. ENNI88'
R U G
Ms If present Great Attraction to all, say
Mcmllv lniif nek and atfhcte. Kreai
Uct he haa on liaod a Large aod weU aeksSS
D it r g s. nu
DYES, PdJNTS, "
OJLhX PATENT MEDiCEhZ
, .i WINES, LIQUORS, d.,
' Wbieb kw aa determined te eJl aw cheap
cheaper Usaa any Dtwaj Hoaae in the BtaSa-
Calognea, Toilet Soaps, Combs,
teaa Hair XnLabe.
aav eawW aa
N. B. aV.'luUeai careaally aaa
eompnund sA '
ALL notHW OF THE DAY OR
AT EEi)UClDPincm .
1 i JOHN H. ENM9S.
At Barker A Qd. stand aeat